Change Your Mind, Change Your Life: Concepts in Attitudinal Healing

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Bantam Books, 1993 - Business & Economics - 284 pages
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"Whether we live our lives filled with peace or conflict is ultimately determined by our attitudes." "Dr. Jampolsky's million-copy bestseller Love Is Letting Go of Fear began a revolution that helped people the world over discover the true joys of living. Yet so many of us still go through life with the inner turmoil that leaves us feeling angry, irritable, tired, and depressed. In Change Your Mind, Change Your Life, you'll learn from dozens of real-life stories about people who used the power of Attitudinal Healing to change the world they experienced simply by changing their thoughts and attitudes." "In clear, compassionate prose Dr. Jampolsky and Diane Cirincione explain how Attitudinal Healing can protect and improve your physical health, eliminate fears of aging and death, and increase the effectiveness of your relationships - including the very special relationship you have with yourself. They offer detailed information on how to use Attitudinal Healing in parenting, teaching, business, and sports and provide a simple, step-by-step eighteen-week program to help you completely eliminate the hurt, stress, fear, and conflict in every aspect of your life. They also offer inspirational stories of people who have used these principles to succeed in their own lives, people like Andrea de Nottbeck, who discovered Attitudinal Healing at the age of 85 and decided to stop being a crotchety old woman and enjoy life, hang gliding at 88 and stunt flying at 91; Wally Haas, who discovered the only obstacles to his dream of owning a professional baseball team were the ones he put on himself. Today he is president and CEO of the Oakland A's; and Sue Siegel, who overcame a traumatic past to create a multi-million-dollar-a-year clothing business operated on the principles of unconditional love and Attitudinal Healing." "Maybe you believe it would take a miracle to change your life and give you the inner peace you seek. In this ground-breaking new book, Dr. Jampolsky and Diane Cirincione show you how to make that miracle happen. All you have to do is Change Your Mind, Change Your Life."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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After years of inner conflict and anger, psychiatrist Jampolsky underwent a transformation that he chronicled in Out of Darkness into the Light ( LJ 4/15/89). The result of his new outlook on life was ... Read full review

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Gerald G. Jampolsky, MD, is an internationally recognized authority in the fields of psychiatry, health, business, and education. He has published extensively, including classic bestsellers "Forgiveness", "Teach Only Love", and "Love is Letting Go of Fear".

Gerald Jampolsky, M.D., is a graduate of Stanford Medical School and a child and adult psychiatrist. He founded the first International Center for Attitudinal Healing in 1975.
Diane V. Cirincione, Ph.D., is a therapist and businesswoman. In addition to her master's and Ph.D. in clinical psychology, she also holds a B.S. in Organizational Behavior. She is currently focused on the exploration of "Regenopause," revaluing and redefining the stages of women's lives based on extended longevity.
Drs. Jampolsky and Cirincione are both on the Advisory Board of the International Centers for Attitudinal Healing, as well as the faculty of the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine, Department of Complimentary and Alternative Medicine. They've written several books published in more than 30 languages. Over the last 25 years, they have worked cross-culturally in 54 countries together and are the recipients of numerous international humanitarian awards. In 2005, Jerry also received the AMA "Pride in the Profession "award. Jerry and Diane are married.

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